Where Should I Park?

iPhoneOgraphy – 06 Mar 2016 (Day 66/366)

A multi-storey car park (also called a parking garage, parking structure, parking ramp, parkade, parking building, parking deck or indoor parking) is a building designed for car parking and where there are a number of floors or levels on which parking takes place. It is essentially a stacked car park.

The earliest known multi-storey car park was built in 1918 for the Hotel La Salle at 215 West Washington Street in the West Loop area of downtown Chicago, Illinois. It was designed by Holabird and Roche. The Hotel La Salle was demolished in 1976, but the parking structure remained because it had been designated as preliminary landmark status and the structure was several blocks from the hotel. It was demolished in 2005 after failing to receive landmark status from the city of Chicago. A 49-storey apartment tower, 215 West, has taken its place, also featuring a multi-tiered parking garage.

An alternative claim has emerged from Glasgow, Scotland, for a building that was built between 1906 and 1912.

In the 1920s an English cartoonist imagined a hotel for cars; he drew a multi-storey car park.

Shot & Edited using iPhone 6+  

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